Fiji Restaurants
The Flavours of Fiji at Marriott Resort Momi Bay
Keen to sample the flavours of Fiji? Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay features a wide variety of restaurants to suit every palate. With five premium dining options to choose from, you are guaranteed to find a dish to suit your mood, at any time of day. Serving both local and international cuisines with a side of Marriott’s signature customer service, the resort offers everything from a light bite to fine dining. Fish Bar Overlooking panoramas of the Pacific Ocean, Fish Bar, one of three renowned restaurants at the resort, is the perfect dining destination to unwind at and indulge in Fiji’s striking sunsets. [caption id="attachment_48805" align="alignnone" width="800"] Enjoy seafood and sunsets while overlooking the ocean at Fish Bar.[/caption] Perched on the tip of a peninsula, Fish Bar offers casual seafood dining by day, and elegant dining by night, specialising in all your grilled favourites from the land and sea. The menu showcases an abundance of local seafood mixed with your favourite grilled meats, and with breathtaking views of the ocean, it's the ideal choice for a romantic dinner.   Spoil your loved one by indulging in a private waterfront cabana dinner for two, featuring a finely crafted five-course menu with Champagne. Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar Dine in the unique atmosphere of Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar. Simple, yet delicious fare includes pizzas, salads, light bites and more, all prepared from high quality produce and served with lagoon views and an impressive offering of classic drinks.   Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar brings the flavours of the Mediterranean to Viti Levu. Why not try a fresh Nicoise salad with yellow fin tuna or the Mediterranean-spiced chicken skewers from the  lunch menu? And for those who have worked up an appetite throughout the day, a selection of sandwiches and burgers are readily available. Mouthwatering Peach Melba with vanilla ice-cream, whipped cream, berry sauce and almonds is the perfect way to end on a sweet note. [caption id="attachment_48807" align="alignnone" width="800"] The flavours of Fiji are not only delicious, but colourful as well.[/caption] Come dinner, Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of international dishes, such as Moroccan spiced lamb salad and beef osso bucco. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a Momi Bay cheese cake or apple and mascarpone torta. The drinks menu includes local and international beers, premium wines and hand-poured cocktails.   Evening entertainment at the venue includes a variety of shows, including a Polynesian fire performance with renditions courtesy of the village choir or a Fijian Meke. Goji Kitchen & Bar From buffet breakfasts and delicious lunches to exquisite dinners, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay invites you to indulge at the all-day dining Goji Kitchen & Bar, where you’ll find a variety of Fijian, Asian and international dishes made with fresh local produce and all bursting with flavour.   Employing the freshest of ingredients, treat your tastebuds with the all day a la carte menu, amazing all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast or delicious buffet dinner featuring an abundance of hot and cold dishes, gourmet salads and decadent desserts. [caption id="attachment_48806" align="alignnone" width="800"] Goji offers a delightful fusion of Fijian and Asian cuisines.[/caption] Start the day with a selection of breakfast favourites: indulge in pancakes, waffles, French toast, island fruits, traditional Asian offerings, house-baked pastries, daily specialties and build-your-own omelettes. Complement your meal with a glass of freshly squeezed juice or a hot cup of fresh-brewed coffee.   At lunch, a range of quick and tasty bites are available, including soy and honey chicken skewers, assorted dumplings and vegetable samosas. You’ll also find a mix of Asian plates, including Vietnamese Pho Bo soup and Tom Yum Gai, and local favourites like the Fijian lamb and potato curry, paneer tikka masala and prawn curry.   Goji Kitchen & Bar really comes to life in the evening, serving up a diverse range of cuisines at themed buffet dinners. Here, you can satisfy your appetite with fresh, local foods and international flavours including Fijian, Indian, Asian and German throughout the week. Open-kitchen stations create a lively atmosphere in the restaurant, giving guests the opportunity to mingle with the resort chefs and watch the dishes being created from scratch. You and your loved ones will be treated to exquisite culinary fare, including a variety of chefs’ signature salads, main courses and delicious desserts.   If you’re celebrating a special occasion with family or friends, Goji Kitchen & Bar is the perfect place to enjoy great food and drinks in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.   To get more information and book now, visit fijimarriott.com
Mariott Fiji Resort
Pacific Island living: a Fiji Island Getaway
Sitting pretty on Momi Bay on the western coast of Viti Levu, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay offers everything you dream an island getaway should be. Drift off to a gentle ocean breeze and wake up to the sound of lapping waves in your adults-only (cue romance) overwater bure villa at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay.   Spend your day relaxing on the white sand beach, indulge yourself just a little with a signature cocktail at the resort’s swim-up bar or watch the sun set from the infinity pool – it’s adults only, too. Your idea of relaxation Whatever relaxation means to you, Momi Bay has it covered. If you're in need of a little pampering, visit the Quan Spa or take advantage of the resort’s many water-based activities –from a leisurely paddle atop a stand-up paddleboard through calm lagoon waters to soaking up the Fijian sun aboard a kayak. [caption id="attachment_48727" align="alignnone" width="800"] Spend your time as active - or as relaxed - as you like.[/caption] Prefer a steadier watercraft? Sail away on a hobie cat for the afternoon, or charter a private fishing boat. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride onboard the open boat, waiting for the fish to bite while you navigate the island’s many beautiful reefs. Kick things up a notch If you like a little more action on the water, book a jetski safari for a thrilling adventure and memorable snorkelling experience. Here, you’ll dive into calm, clear waters and explore the colourful and abundant marine life of Fiji’s coral reefs. To get up closer and just a bit more personal, arrange a snorkelling or scuba-diving tour on the reef. [caption id="attachment_48729" align="alignnone" width="800"] Parasailing is just one of many activities available on-island.[/caption] Just a 15-minute boat ride from Cloudbreak – one of the world's best surf breaks, attracting professional surfers from all over the world – Fiji Marriott Resort is the closest 5-star resort to the break on the mainland, so surfing fans will rejoice. Explore more When you are ready to explore further, visit the resort’s tour desk for help finding and booking Fiji’s many attractions and activities. [caption id="attachment_48730" align="alignnone" width="800"] The ocean is literally at your doorstep with a stay here.[/caption] From day cruises to stunning Fijian islands, scenic helicopter scenic flights, zipline adventures, river safari tours and sightseeing tours, make the most of your island getaway and discover the very best Fiji has to offer.   For more information and to book now, visit fijimarriott.com
Samoa Resort
Five Samoan experiences only at Sinalei Reef Resort
Blessed with stunning iridescent seas, volcanic mountain peaks, emerald forests and a proud and friendly people, Samoa has something for everyone. To give you a taste of what makes this unique archipelago in the South Pacific so special, Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa – the gem of this rugged island paradise – has crafted five uniquely Samoan experiences for you to enjoy. Each adventure will open your eyes to Samoa’s inimitable culture and landscape, and the positive effects these experiences have on rural Samoan communities. 1. Fa'a Samoa Journey with us into one of Samoa’s oldest villages, Poutasi, and discover the Fa’a Samoa (the Samoan Way of Life). Be welcomed by village chiefs, try your hand at the ancient games of coconut-tossing and spear-throwing, and learn the art of fine mat-weaving, traditional dance and ukulele. Farewell the day with a taste of real island cooking and an exhilarating fire knife show. 2. Eco Trekking Venture off the beaten track and discover the hidden treasures of Samoa’s rainforest reserve. Look for medicinal plants along lava cliffs, go in search of thunderous blowholes and hidden caves, and plant your very own native tree at Samoa’s only carbon offsetting site. [caption id="attachment_48692" align="alignnone" width="600"] Samoa is a pure joy to explore on foot.[/caption] En route to the healing pools at Togitogiga Falls, look out for Samoa’s colourful native bird life. 3. Cooking with Culture In it for the food? Explore village plantations and markets to gather the fresh ingredients you'll need to prepare an authentic Samoan dish - guided by experienced local chefs. [caption id="attachment_48694" align="alignnone" width="500"] Seafood forms an integral part of Samoan cuisine.[/caption] Top the day off with a toast as you enjoy the fruits of your labour in a private overwater setting. 4. Island Art Affair Uncover the roots of Polynesian creativity on this artistic adventure. Visit the birthplace of Samoan artistry, call into the home of a traditional tattooist and journey into the hidden Tiapapata Art Gallery where you can mix and mingle with local and international artists. Next, escape to Poutasi Arts Centre, the home of world-renowned artist Fatu Feu’u, and let your creative juices flow in a private wood-sculpting workshop. 5. Hook and Cook Head out on a nautical adventure aboard a 26-foot catamaran and cast a line along the south coast of Upolu. [caption id="attachment_48695" align="alignnone" width="600"] A Samoan holiday wouldn't be the same without a unique fishing adventure.[/caption] Allow the local hosts to cook your catch over an open fire whilst you venture off on a snorkelling expedition to the secluded waters of Aganoa Bay.   Looking for more? Visit sinalei.com or email reservations@sinalei.com
Samoa Islands
A family holiday, the Samoan way
Put the ‘family’ back into your family holiday by embracing Fa’a Samoa. Looking to reconnect with the kids on your next family holiday? Say no to the standard resort ‘drop and flop’ and instead head to the stunning South Pacific islands of Samoa, where the beauty of its pristine lagoons and rainforest-covered mountains are eclipsed by something even more magical: Fa’a Samoa – or simply, ‘The Samoan Way’.   A 3,000-year-old tradition handed down through the generations, Fa’a Samoa is Polynesian culture at its purest, celebrating the importance of community, respecting your elders and the environment, and, above all, putting family at the heart of every thought and action.   Yes, there will be adventure (hello, natural waterslides and jungle trails) and sure, they’ll enjoy the odd game of Samoan cricket (kirikiti) with the local kids, but your littles ones could come back home with more than just great memories. They might just come home with a fresh, new outlook on life. Take It Easy The first rule of adapting to the Samoan way of life is to slow right down and to fai fai lemu (take it easy). This is easily done by booking the family into a traditional beachfront fale and giving yourselves over to gentler activities like lying under the canopy of stars and listening to the gentle lap of the water. [caption id="attachment_48615" align="alignnone" width="600"] Take things as easy as you like - the Samoan way.[/caption] Opt for a fale with a Fia Fia night experience where Samoan food is served in abundance and the countries culture and history is celebrated though song, graceful dance and dramatic fire twirling. Village Life Samoa is home to 362 villages and what better way to treat the family to all aspects of Samoan cultural and traditional life than by visiting Samoa Cultural Village (samoa.travel)? Here, guests young and old can enjoy workshops on everything from weaving, woodworking, traditional tatau (tattoo) and cooking demonstrations. [caption id="attachment_48614" align="alignnone" width="600"] The islands' blend of colours are truly breathtaking.[/caption] Who knows? You might even weave your own dinner plate before sampling lunch from the umu (hot-stone oven). Our word of advice: arrive with an empty belly. Tour of Beauty Need a little help embracing Fa’a Samoa? Tack on a day or half-day cultural tour like those offered by Samoa Scenic (samoascenic.com) and take in the sights (not to mention the history) of Upolu and Savaii Islands. [caption id="attachment_48613" align="alignnone" width="600"] Samoa offers the luxury of resort accommodation with untouched nature.[/caption] Popular options include sailing out to Manono Island, a piece of Samoan paradise four kilometres off the coast of Upolu, where a host family will treat you to a slice of local life, and the Savaii round-island tour which takes in everything from marketplaces, to villages and even waterfalls. Customised cultural tours can be arranged on request. For more information visit www.samoa.travel
The Islands of Tahiti
The Islands of Tahiti: what you don’t know will charm you
When it comes to French Polynesia, it’s often the lesser-known gems that keep you captivated.   You can rent your own piece of paradise. Overwater bungalows might be synonymous with The Islands of Tahiti, but what say you to renting your own private patch of pristine waterfront or pitching a tent in a lush camping ground? [caption id="attachment_47130" align="alignnone" width="600"] Island days.[/caption] Dotted around some of the most spectacular parts of each island, campsites and Tahitian guesthouses (also referred to as pensions or fares) give visitors the opportunity to connect with locals and immerse themselves in traditional French Polynesian life. For a few months a year, frolicking with whales is an everyday activity [caption id="attachment_47131" align="alignnone" width="600"] Beach life.[/caption] Naturally, no visit to The Islands of Tahiti is complete without a mandatory cocktail-sipping-on-a-hammock session, or simply snorkelling their vibrant coral reefs, but the adrenaline junkies among us need not miss out. Think swimming with pods of humpback whales in Moorea between July and October (in waters so rich with marine life you’ll feel like the bay leaf in ray and reef-shark soup), then hiking the lava tubes of Tahiti, or enjoying drift dives in Rangiroa’s Tiputa Pass and Fakarava’s Tumakohua Pass. Fist-pump the air, then repeat. You can holiday on a shoestring [caption id="attachment_47132" align="alignnone" width="600"] Rivals the Great Barrier Reef.[/caption] Those without Swiss bank accounts can (and should) apply; budget-friendly accommodation, meals and activities are available on each of the islands – yes, even the fabled celebrity playground of Bora Bora. Close your eyes and picture roadside food trucks serving up the most decadent of crepes and super-fresh poisson cru, scenic island adventures courtesy of next-to-nix bicycle hire and those aforementioned campsites perfectly located by endless azure lagoons. As for those coral-fringed motus and beaches teeming with rainbow pops of tropical fish? They are proof positive that the best things in life really are free. You have a choice of festivals [caption id="attachment_47133" align="alignnone" width="600"] Once in a lifetime experiences.[/caption] Whether you’re into cycling, running, body ink or fashion, you can rest assured that somewhere, on one of the Tahiti’s stunning islands, there’s a festival that’s just right for you. Will you ink up at Tatau I Tahiti Tattonesia, take part in one of the famed Moorea Marathons or take a front-row seat at Tahiti Fashion Week? The choice is yours – just don’t miss Heiva I Tahiti, the biggest cultural event on the calendar which engulfs the islands over a month-long celebration every July. There are 118 islands [caption id="attachment_47134" align="alignnone" width="600"] Explore the unknown![/caption] While there’s no denying the difficulty of getting past the beauty of Bora Bora, Moorea and Tahiti, continue to push on through the shimmering lagoons and white-sand patchwork (hardly the most taxing journey you’ll ever make), and your curiosity will be rewarded with a series of remote islands loaded with largely unknown experiences. Swim with migrating humpback whales and hike majestic peaks on Rurutu, zigzag up the flanks of an extinct mountain to reach the archaeological sites of Ua Huka and opt out of society entirely by renting a private island escape on Tikehau. This really is a ‘choose your own adventure’ holiday – Tahitian-style.   For bookings and further information, visit Tahiti Tourisme at tahititourisme.com.au.
Samoa To Sua ocean Trench
Explore Samoa three ways: for couples, families and adventurers
With its rugged beauty and vibrant, 3000-year-old culture, this South Pacific island paradise packs enough punch to have something for everyone. Long known for its pristine beaches, rainforest-covered volcanic mountains and fringing coral reef, Samoa’s 10 postcard-perfect islands offer a multitude of experiences for every kind of traveller – often in vastly different environments. Samoa for families Forget the old school ‘drop and flop’; the beauty of Mother Nature’s playground will turn the youngest of travellers into New World explorers, whether its swimming with turtles in the peaceful waters of a lagoon, enjoying the natural waterslides at Papaseea Sliding Rocks or playing a spot of kilikti (Samoan cricket) with the local kids. [caption id="attachment_46500" align="alignnone" width="600"] Samoa offer fun for the whole family.[/caption] Will they find buried treasure among the lush jungles surrounding your resort? Will they come across pirates in the watering holes in which they play? Get their hearts racing and imaginations ignited by visiting the restored colonial homestead-turned museum of Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of much-loved children’s book, Treasure Island. It could provide the inspiration for a trip of a lifetime. Samoa for lovers Dreaming of reconnecting with your partner (or celebrating your honeymoon) away from the hustle and bustle of the summertime crowds? Picture a frangipani-scented paradise filled with deserted beaches (perfect for that picnic for two) and azure water holes where your only company is the odd rainbow pop of tropical fish. Out here, it’s just you, your partner and a magical backdrop made for romance. [caption id="attachment_46501" align="alignnone" width="600"] A picture-perfect romantic escape[/caption] If you can force yourself to leave your over-water bungalow (and yes, it can be a struggle), navigating the winding jungle trails through emerald forests hand-in-hand should make the list – but only if it’s bookmarked by a fresh seafood lunch and a relaxing Samoan massage. And repeat. Samoa for adventurers Bust out your inner Indiana Jones and give yourself over to the thrill of conquering a wild landscape filled with lush jungles on steep volcanoes, cascading waterfalls and mysterious lava caves begging for exploration.   There’s nothing to suggest one need turn their holiday into a caffeinated drink commercial; those looking for ‘action lite’ can enjoy an afternoon of kayaking with turtles, touring the islands by bicycle or taking an organised snorkel trip. Others may prefer diving her coral reef, surfing her breaks or hiking three kilometers through dense rainforest up to Volcanic Crater Lake. [caption id="attachment_46504" align="alignnone" width="600"] Conquer your fear of heights in lush tropical surrounds.[/caption] Whatever you do, just don’t miss experiencing the Falealupo Canopy Walk in Savaii, a thrilling walkway 40 metres above the rainforest floor among giant Banyan trees. It’s a Samoan highlight.   For more information visit www.samoa.travel
Beautiful Tahiti
Islands of Tahiti: what you don’t know will charm you
When it comes to French Polynesia, it’s often these little-known gems that captivate the seasoned traveller.  The Islands of Tahiti are pure perfection. Over-water bungalows might be synonymous with the Islands of Tahiti, but what do you say to renting your own private patch of pristine waterfront or pitching a tent in a lush camping ground? Dotted around some of the most spectacular parts of each island, campsites and Tahitian guesthouses (also referred to pensions or fares) gift visitors the opportunity to connect with locals and immerse themselves in traditional French Polynesia life. [caption id="attachment_46539" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Tahiti Islands has beach life down to a fine art.[/caption] Frolicking with whales is an everyday activity No visit to the Islands of Tahiti is complete with a mandatory cocktail-sipping-on-a-hammock session, or snorkelling vibrant coral reefs, but the adrenaline junkies among us need not miss out. Why not swim with pods of humpback whales in Moorea (in waters so rich with marine life you’ll feel like the bay leaf in ray and black-tip reef shark soup), hike the lava tubes of Tahiti and enjoy drift dives in Rangiroa’s Tiputa Pass and Fakarava’s Tumakohua Pass?  Fist pump the air and repeat. [caption id="attachment_46540" align="alignnone" width="600"] Crystal clear views from above.[/caption] You can holiday on a shoestring Those without Swiss bank accounts can (and should) apply; budget-friendly accommodation, meals and activities are available on each of the islands – yes, even the fabled celebrity playground of Bora Bora. Close your eyes and picture roadside food trucks serving up the most decadent of crepes and super-fresh poisson cru, scenic island adventures courtesy of next-to-nix bicycle hire and those aforementioned campsites perfectly located by endless azure lagoon. As for those coral-fringed motus and beaches teeming with rainbow pops of tropical fish? The best things in life really are free. [caption id="attachment_46541" align="alignnone" width="600"] Unlike anywhere else.[/caption] You have a choice of festivals Whether you’re into cycling, running, tattoos or fashion, you can rest assured that somewhere, on one of the Tahiti’s stunning islands, there’s a festival that’s just right for you. Will you ink up at Tatau I Tahiti Tattonesia, take part in one of the Moorea Marathon or take a front row seat at Tahiti Fashion Week? The choice is yours – just don’t miss Heiva I Tahiti, the biggest cultural event on the calendar which engulfs the islands over a month-long celebration every July. There are 118 islands While there’s no denying the difficulty that is getting past the beauty of Bora Bora, Moorea and Tahiti, continue to push on through the vibrant lagoons and white sand patchwork (hardly the most taxing journey you’ll ever make), and your curiosity will be rewarded with a series of remote islands loaded with largely unknown experiences. [caption id="attachment_46542" align="alignnone" width="600"] Like an aquarium, without the glass.[/caption] Swim with migrating humpback whales and hike majestic peaks in Rurutu, zigzag up the flanks of an extinct mountain to reach the archaeological sites of Ua Huka and opt out of society entirely by renting a private island escape on Tikehau. This really is a ‘choose your own adventure’ holiday – Tahitian-style. [caption id="attachment_46544" align="alignnone" width="600"] Sneak peak![/caption] For books and further information, visit Tahiti Tourisme.
7 reasons why Fiji really is paradise
The islands of Fiji are a perennial favourite with Australian holidaymakers, who are lured back time and time again by the sybaritic pleasure of this Pacific nation. And as if the beaches and the smiling, welcoming people aren’t reason enough to head there (again), here are a few extra reasons why Fiji is paradise on Earth.
6 must see tropical treasures of Samoa that won’t stay a secret for much longer
Samoa is the ultimate paradise island full of tropical wonders and luckily remains relatively untouched. Head off to explore the Pacific gem before it gets too crowded, and be sure to include these places on your itinerary.   Samoa, a nation made up of two main islands in the Pacific Ocean, is the definition of a tropical escape. The destinations are gorgeous, the people are sweet and the vibe is chilled. Under 130,000 people visit the small island nation each year, as opposed to the almost 800,000 who jet off to Fiji.   So, if you’re the type of person who likes a little more room around you on the beach, an incredibly local experience in a diner and pure peace and quite everywhere you go, then Samoa is for you. But get in quick, because the islands are only getting busier!   Now, before you screenshot the below list of hidden treasures across the main islands of Savai’i and Upolu, just remember a few things 1.You need a car to get around – as there aren’t that many hire cars on the island we recommend pre-booking 2.Don’t rely on the internet – sharpen up those map reading skills 3.It’s all about cash, cash, cash – fill up those pockets   [caption id="attachment_42809" align="alignleft" width="1500"] Falealupo Western Tip, Savai’i[/caption] Afu Aau waterfall, Savai’i Living up to its tropical nature, Samoa is full of spectacular waterfalls that provide for the most refreshing mid-day dips. Along with Togitogiga, Afu Aau is one of the most popular dipping destinations on the islands, and rightly so. The spring water is so clear and crisp that it will probably be a minute or two before you immerse yourself fully, but once you do, you’ll float in it for hours. You’ll be stopped at a fale (thatched hut) on the dirt road leading to the waterfall and asked to pay the $5 tala (approximately $2.50) fee. Sacred Heart church, Savai’i Samoans put strong value in religion and family. Located in Safotu village, Sacred Heart is one of the largest churches on the island of Savai’i that also serves as a school. Its vibrant nature is exactly that of the beautiful Samoan people. There is no entry fee to have a look around but note that during school hours you aren’t able to enter the grounds. Falealupo western tip, Savai’i Among many things, one great aspect of travelling around the island of Savai’i is that there is a very low chance you’ll ever get lost. There is only one main road that gets you around the island and all your pit stops are along this road.   Once you start to reach the western tip of Savai’i, your route escapes into thick, luscious rainforest that truly ignites your visual senses. Along the road you’ll pass the Se’eti Beach Fales which are a must-pit-stop for a quick dip and tan, before you jump back and continue along the incredible route. If you fall in love with the pit stop however, don’t worry you can actually stay in the fales overnight! Lefagaoali’i village pools, Savai’i Ever wanted to take a dip in a rock pool without having fifty people chatting and splashing around you? The Lefagaoali’i village pools in Savai’i are the perfect park spot for uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. They are like no other rock pools you’ve ever experienced and much of the time, they’ll be all yours to enjoy! Entry is $10 tala per vehicle and $2 tala per person for a dip. Just note there are separate female and male pools. Aganoa Black Sand Beach, Upolu A long, open stretch of soft sand on the coast of the Pacific, with not a soul in sight? Yes please! Aganoa Black Sand Beach tickles your curiosity and doesn’t disappoint once you arrive. The sand is really black and the beach is really magnificent.   The best bit though; in the late afternoon you’ll usually get the whole beach to yourself. You’ll be greeted by villagers under a fale at the start of the dirt road that leads to the beach. Entry fee is $10 tala per vehicle. Tu Sua Ocean Trench, Upolu There are no words to describe this wonder of the world. Tu Sua Ocean Trench is quickly starting to make waves in the world of Instagram, and rightly so. Once you build up the courage to climb down the wooden ladder on the side of the trench, you’ll never want to leave this place.   Make sure you get there early to avoid a crowd and get a good photo. Entry is $20 tala per person and it is so damn worth it!
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